I like Judah and think he's fun to watch, but Cuevas levels him within 4 rounds.
Cuevas wins comfortably probably by early knock out. Pipino was unlucky that he fought in a welterweight era including Leonard, Hearns, Benitez and Cervantes and in any other era he would have beaten everyone. Judah is not in the same class.
zab judah wins a very close fight.
Cuevas would find him eventually have him doing the chicken dance like Tszu did, except a bit later in the fight.
i'm thoroughly inspired with Pacquiao! He has large velocity and stamina and proved that if a guy can combat, he can somewhat beat an more advantageous guy. Cuevas grow to be a puncher organic and straightforward with an iron chin (till Hearns and Duran dented it) I basically can't see Cuevas conserving up the %. with the faster Pacquiao. Cuevas could land a number of those vauted left hooks each each now and then yet Manny could survive and land some difficult photos of his very own and earning the unanimous selection victory.
Hello Zebbie! I like Zab Judah. He's had a really good career and has skills but Pipino Cuevas was a different breed of fighter all together during a period of outstanding boxers and he fought them all. He had an iron chin and an even more lethal left hook. I see this fight going like this:
Judah comes out strong firing fast shots at Cuevas who shakes them off and pressures Judah into the ropes and starts working the body. Judah is very aware of Cuevas power and looks to fight a more cautious fight at least the first few rounds. In round 7 Judah is boxing well but is caught with a tremendous Cuevas left hook sending him down to the canvas. Judah tries in vain to beat the 10 count. Cuevas by 7th round KO.